As a leading provider for users looking to rely on cloud and SaaS services, Microsoft clearly has a huge presence spanning nearly every industry and geography. However, many users are unaware of the additional services needed to protect cloud-based data. Since Microsoft only offers security services as premium add-ons, there is a lack of clarity for what is needed to operate securely, which results in users being ill prepared for both preventing and resolving security breaches.
Even the most sophisticated Security Operations Center (SOC) is only as strong as its weakest link, making the lack of clarity a . . .